Nigula tee 1, Nigula küla, Lääne-Nigula vald, Lääne maakond
Driving on the highway through Taebla you will see Lääne-Nigula Church. The building was restored in 1816, the steeple dates back to 1882. The height of the church is 52.2 metres of which the spire is 26.7 metres.
There is an old cemetery around the church. You will find the old crosses and headstones in the cemetery interesting. The present interior design of the church dates back to the 19th century. The magnificent Empire style altar wall was made by master Sigismund from St Petersburg. Interesting facts: The altar paintings “Last Supper” and “Resurrection” are copies of Leonardo da Vinci’s paintings.
Lääne-Nigula church is in Nigula village, between Palivere and Taebla on Tallinn-Haapsalu highway there is a signpost directing towards Koela Farm Museum.